TopicBelieve For Success - Is Your Belief Helping You Or Hindering You?
Well, for example, if you were rejected at age 13 by a boy you had a crush on, Spiritual Laws of Money that 'little 't' trauma' may still be operating in you. Now, when you try to market your business as an adult, if a prospect rejects you, not only might you feel the same rejection that you felt at age 13, but you immediately have only the resources (maturity and coping mechanisms) that you had at age 13. And so you stammer, get upset, and behave badly - it's no surprise, you're acting like a 13-year-old. And according to cutting-edge science, it's perfectly understandable that you do this.
While this may seem like an extreme case, think about all the things that you do in your business, and in your life, that you're uncomfortable with. I know very few people who just love networking events. Most don't like talking to clients about money. Many people are uncomfortable around technology, or many can't seem to get organized. Do any of these sound familiar?Perhaps you're not concerned with a little discomfort in your business life. After all, business has to be work, right? And you probably work on yourself anyway - you meditate, pray, take personal growth workshops, read books, etc, etc. So why should you worry about a little discomfort?
Besides the fact that life is more fun without the discomfort, ask yourself - are you sure that you're the best adult that you can be in that situation? Or is your upset child, or petulant teenager, coming out whenever something from your past is triggered? Is this the person that you want working in your business, or running part of your life And it doesn't matter how much personal growth work you've done - if you haven't specifically cleared the 'little 't' traumas, you're at risk for not acting your age.